We envision a place where families have the opportunity to come together in an environment that supports inner healing and positive growth.
The Brian Bill Foundation will establish Brian’s House, a retreat house where families have the space and freedom to connect with nature, forge relationships and learn the skills that their fallen fathers would have passed down to their children.
Health and Safety: We are committed to protecting and preserving the well being of the individuals we serve and our employees. We will work diligently to promote a culture of transparency and accountability that identifies and effectively manages risks.
Respect: We are committed to compassionate care, ethical practices and honest communication. Our relationship will be of the highest standards of integrity. We acknowledge the dignity of all human beings and value our relationships with one another.
Leadership: We are committed to being a recognized leader in our field of human care and wellness. We will work to instill that same passion and drive for success into all individuals and families that we serve through Brian’s House.
Advocacy: We are committed to advocating for the welfare of the individuals we serve. We will proactively take action to protect and advance the best interest of the individuals and families that we serve through active engagement in the Navy Special Warfare community and by influencing policies and decisions that are made at all levels.
Courage: We are committed to positive change through human encounter and specialized programs for family development. We have the resolve to deliver the best services to our families and the openness to pursue opportunities that will advance our vision, mission and values.
The Life and Times of Brian Bill
Brian was born on August 23, 1979 in Stamford, Connecticut. He was the son Scott Bill of Sarasota, FL and Patricia Parry of Stamford, CT, Brian was the best of the best – a Navy SEAL, special forces warrior, loving son and brother. Brian died doing what he did well and doing what he believed was right, fighting to protect our freedom. Brian grew up with his brother Christian and sister Amy in Stamford.